Access statement for Cnwc Y Bran

Pre-arrival:
• As Garnllys is isolated a car is recommended unless visitors are prepared to walk. The nearest village is one mile away with a church but no shops. The nearest shops are within five miles, at Goodwick, and both the Post Office and Tesco will deliver groceries
• The nearby train stations are Fishguard & Goodwick and Haverfordwest, both a taxi ride away
• There is mobile phone reception at Garnllys, however, the mobile phone reception can be poor at some points in the area, particularly along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
• WiFi is set up and freely available

Arrival and car parking:
• Two cars can be parked adjacent to Cnwc Y Bran on a concrete level area immediately in front of the cottage
• As Garnllys is remote a torch is recommended if arriving in the dark
• To enter from the west side there is one step up (6”) over the threshold. There are two steps up on the east side (3” followed by 7” over the threshold). Neither entrance has hand rails. There are two outside lights on the east side of Cnwc Y Bran

Inside:
• No smoking inside the cottage please
• There is level access downstairs, including an open plan dining/kitchen, sitting room, downstairs double bedroom and en suite bathroom. Upstairs there are two twin bedrooms and one bathroom
• The downstairs double bed has 18“ of space on either side. There is good space by the single beds upstairs
• There is a cot on the landing upstairs
• The 33” TV in the sitting room also has a DVD player
• The kitchen is equipped with a cordless electric kettle, fridge freezer, microwave, washing machine and cooker
• The downstairs bath has an overhead shower. Neither bathroom has grab rails

Outside:
• There is a sloping grassy bank on the West side of Cnwc Y Bran which is a fun area for children to play. The low walled concrete patio area on the east side of Cnwc Y Bran is enclosed but does not have a dog/child proof boundary
• There is a picnic bench in the patio area
• Please always pick up your dog’s mess
• The Garnllys land is farmed and so countryside codes should always be considered
• The local area is lovely for walks, but dogs must not be allowed near or amongst the cattle